Goldsboro Man Faces Sex Charges

A Goldsboro man has been charged with statutory sex offense.

Police say Qushawn Broadhurst, age 24, was arrested Thursday.

Police say the victim was a female age 13, 14 or 15 years old, and the investigation began on January 8 when a report was made.

Broadhurst was locked up under a $500,000 secured bond.

According to the North Carolina Department of Corrections website, a 24-year-old Qushawn Broadhurst has a previous record dating back to 2002, with convictions in Wayne County for disorderly conduct, possession, larceny and speeding from police.

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  • by Anonymous on Jan 30, 2010 at 01:20 PM
    y do you do that
  • by AL Location: ENC on Jan 14, 2010 at 09:17 PM
    LIKE ALL ROACHES THEY NEED TO BE SQUASHED! I have no sympathy foe this freak. I think all predators like this moron needs to be fixed and spend the rest of his sorry life behind bars. NO release keep em locked up forever. Once they do it will happen again. NO kid is safe around freaks like him. I feel for the victim she lost her innocence and her child hood.
  • by Tod Location: 7 springs on Jan 14, 2010 at 03:38 PM
    Watch your kids. There are around 100 sex offenders on the list in Goldsboro, and remember these are the stupid ones who got caught and only since 1996 has their been a list. For every one on the registry there are maybe 10 that have evaded police or else pled guilty to lesser charge when there was lack of evidence. These fiends are everywhere and your government does little to stop them. Our children are the ones in danger and who suffer when these molesters are free to roam the streets. Check the sex offender registry and let the ones in your neighborhood know by letter ( no threats, thats illegal) that you know who they are and that they will be watched. And then if you see suspicious activity call the police so the police can make a contact and chat them up. Supervision keeps them honest and might save a child. Next contact your legislators at and demand tougher sentences and laws for sex offenders. They do not get well, they only get worse
  • by Bob Location: Greenville on Jan 14, 2010 at 02:14 PM
    I used to tutor this kid in high school. Its saddening to see this...

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